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: she hasn't unloaded yet on her serve but she sure did on that forehand. mary: when she's moving as well as she's done in this tournament, she can do this. she can really hit to anywhere from anywhere. bill: seven winners already. john: that serve is right on the line. how can you cover these serves? it's policy be. bill: errani will challenge so we'll have a chase review. it did just catch the line. slight edge to serena, total slight edge to serena, total aces. bill: that was a plucky point. mary: it was. i'm telling you. that's one of her best qualities. john: see how well she moves. saying. look at the scores of today's matches on arthur ashe stadium. and she's a good volleyer. so she should try to get to the net. easier said than done when you're playing serena williams. bill: 40-15. bill: tried the drop shot but couldn't convert it. so serena with the hold, off to so serena with the hold, off to a quick start. are we there yet? [ male announcer ] it's the age-old question of travel. the same one we ask ourselves every day. is it the strongest, the most efficient? have we cr
breaks here. bill: are you kidding? john: oh! bill: ununbelievable display. mary: oh, boy. john: first one he didn't hit the strings at all. mary: he framed it. stayed in. gets off this and then again, he orchestrates the crowd. there wasn't quite enough love for him. after that they all responded appropriately. this is remarkable stuff. an -- in hour five of this an -- in hour five of this final. bill: 40-30. >> out. john: i tell you, he's hitting that ball exceptionally hard right now. murray is doing an outstanding job of making him hit that extra ball or two, just like that. that was too tough a shot to try right there. after four hours and 22 after four hours and 22 minutes. >> fault. john: that's a good job by djokovic to maintain his composure there. murray blasted away on a couple of big groundstrokes and he had a good look at this pass. just make him play. make him hit that extra ball. bill: novak knew the moment he hit it. back to deuce. bill: murray knows what a big point this one is, to go up two breaks. sean connery. 1:30 in the morning, 1:35 back in the u.k. mary: i bet a
bill: tremendous shotmaking from serena. she'll have a fourth break point. mary: errani's got to be beside herself. what she needs to be beside is roberta vinci. her doubles partner. john: first ever canadian doubles semi. two-on-one. i'll take serena. bill: so there is the early break to serena, already up a set. winning the first 6-1. championship weekend continues tomorrow here on some cbs stations and cbs sports network. live at 11:00 a.m. eastern, that's at noontime, an hour earlier, the beginning of super steath saturday. one of the great days of the year in tennis. we'll start with the men's semifinals, andy murray faces toma is berdych and then defending champion novak djokovic takes on davidder of spain. then live on prime time, the women's championship. that's all tomorrow on cbs sports and a look at the men's draw. john: murray battled through. he looked like he was going to go two sets down. david ferrer has made a magnificent effort to get to the semis, he can bounce back after that 7-6 in the fifth? one of the fittest guys you'll ever see but a tall order against
that door is open for murray. >> fault. bill: murray able to get to the overhead. mary: it's almost as though murray is trusting his shots a little bit more. djokovic seems a little dis inclined to follow in on some of his shots because he's not sure they're falling in john: he should have followed in on that short shot, where murray was forced to hit off. mary: that's why perhaps djokovic is just a fraction of a moment late on some oaf these. bill: 40-15. bill: 40-15. >> fault. john: i'm not sure if he's trusting his shots or less bother out there. could be a tiny bit of both. >> out. john: this is, again, it is frustrating for both these guys. it really is tough. bill: john, when you think about novak djokovic, is his game a little more tightly calibrated? really everything about him. the diet and all of those things that he's gotten down to such a precise science, then you throw in the elements, that can change things in a hurry. john: well, they both are, but you're right. he's got everything set up just so for him to maximize his talents, and quite honestly, you can't show them
lead in this second set. mary: novak djokovic had two big goals this year. he wanted to win the french open and he wanted to win olympic gold and he did neither. so you have to assume that he wanted to defend this title and win his second major of the year and that's still a great-looking season. he said it took a lot out of him that he walked away from the olympics without winning a medal of any color. lost twice there. lost for the bronze against del lost for the bronze against del potro. bill: novak carried the flag for serbia in the opening ceremony. lost to andy in the semifinals snilings and was beaten by -- singles and was beaten by del potro in the bronze medal match. john: he got one back but is it too little too late at 4-0 down? has he given murray too much of a lead? it certainly looks that way. bill: 4-1. we'll return after this. [the captioning on this program is provided as an independent service of the national captioning institute, inc., which is solely responsible for the accurate and complete transcription of program content. cbs, its parent and affiliated
come to, guys that can go seemingly in one shot from offense to defense or vice versa. mary: it is absolutely essential for andy murray to swing freely. that's the only way he can capture his first major title against this guy. bill: everyone looks exhausted. except these guys. except these guys. >> fault. bill: there's the hold. 4-3. 4-3. back with more after this. - i see a little silhouetto of a man. - scaramouche. scaramouche. will you do the fandango? oh. thunderbolt and lightning-- very, very frightening me. - galileo. - galileo. - galileo? - figaro. easy come, easy go. will you let me go? - bismillah, no. - [ together ] we will not let you go. - let me go. - we will not let you go! [ high operatic voice ] ♪ let me go ♪ [ rock ] bill: defending u.s. open champion novak djokovic down two sets to one, serving for a 5-3 lead here in the fourth, trying to force a deciding trying to force a deciding fifth set. john: he's the more willing of the two in this match to move forward and as the match has progressed he's gotten better and better. more comfortable. believing in
to break murray. mary: what a forehand! ivan lendl must be proud. i haven't seen him smile yet in this tournament. maybe we'll see his teeth at some point this evening. bill: stoic man. mary: this is just what he's wanted him to do, gain more of the court, take control of the points early in the rallies, use his big forehand. mary: use his serve. bill: that was a big serve. bill: that was a big serve. 128. john: that's his hardest of -- the -- well, he got up to 132 once. that was out wide. a tougher time generating as much as pace. right up the middle is your best bet if you want to hit it as hard as possible. the shortest distance. that serve has worked for him out wide. that's going to bum djokovic even more. couldn't get this early break. bill: and again. wow. only the second ace but murray able to come back from double break point down. he's had some disappointing moments, obviously in finals. this was the 2008 final. lost there to roger down under. lost to roger again. at the australian open to djokovic. john: he's had some pretty stiff competition. bill: he has but hadn
a -- get a wood racket, for example? bill: were you missing any rackets in your lockerbie any chance? mary: but he, too, he labored under the reputation of being a choke in the big matches and just as murray had, he went 0-4 in major finals. bill: novak way off there so a hold by murray. meet the new boss your customer. the data she shares from comments, reviews, and social networks tells a company what to make. what it's made from, how it's shipped, and the way it's sold. some companies are increasing sales up to 20% by using analytics to tailor experiences to the one person that matters most. that's what i'm working on. i'm an ibmer. let's build a smarter planet. are we there yet? are we there yet? [ male announcer ] it's the age-old question of travel. the same one we ask ourselves every day. is it the strongest, the most efficient? have we created the kind of vehicle to move not just people... but an industry forward? are we there yet? are we really? [ male announcer ] are we there yet? we are, for now. introducing the all-new seven passenger gl. mercedes-benz. the best or nothing. bil
lineup here on cbs -- mary joe fernandez reporting to us that the treatment was for a groin strain. 15-0. three points away. john: you have to come up with some injury, by the way, which players often do. murray is not feeling all that good himself. and boy, these guys have laid it all out. you see that that ball is in. caught the back of the line. just think of what these two guys have put out, ok? it is one of the more amazing things you'll see in our sport. almost five hours before either one of them really gave in at all, physically. bill: 2:00 in the morning in the u.k. and you know they are the u.k. and you know they are riveted. john: it wasn't called out, apparently. murray is going to -- what's the call? someone's challenged it. bill: here's the chase review. oh, it's out. that's the bottom line. that's all that matters. it's triple match point for andy murray to finally get that first grand slam. what a way to earn it. [the captioning on this program is provided as an independent service of the national captioning institute, inc., which is solely responsible for the accurate
>>> the gospel truth. were mary and joseph turned away from an inn inethlehem 2,000 years ago? and tacle of the virgin birth. is that intended as the literal truth in matthew and luke? the gospels give us one description of theirth of jesus. do archaeology and history give us another? joining us to answer these questions areu.s. open, the aute brand new "jesus of nazareth cunning of the and jeffrey sheler author of the brand new "is the bible truth?" >>> tell us what you think happened at bethlehem, jeffrey she'ller. >> well when we read two gospels, only two of the four gospels even talk about the birth of jesus and when we read matthew and luke, those two gospels, we are certainly presented with different details surrounding the story of the birth but despite the differences there are several things that clearly come through and those are the important aspects of the story. one, that jesus was born in bethlehem. to a virgin named mary. whose husband, joseph, was of the lineage of david. and this according to the writers of those two gospels was in fulfillment of the hebrew p
for all of us. mary asked me if i would make a few observations about the general state of the real estate economy here in san francisco and as i do that, i always have to think about what to say that mary hasn't already said about it. and if you look at the real estate economy generally in our nation, and the fact that it is still soft. that we still need more jobs. that there is a recovery, but it's a slow recovery. you can't do that without thinking gee, will i sound like a politician for one or the other major political parties? and so i will steer clear of that and focus instead on san francisco and maybe we're living in a bubble, but it's a pretty wonderful bubble to be living in. the real question is the resurgence of real estate we're seeing now, is that sustained growth? is that just, you know, for the moment? but as i look at it, we're putting in place an awful lot of things that shape what our city looks like in the future, how our city operates, how we interact with our city. as i started to think about that, i thought, you know, the number of major infrastructure projects goi
. >>> who didn't love the hit show "the west wing"? ♪ >> hey -- >> we see mary mccormack come in, played kate harper on the show and one of their famous walk and talk scenes. >> this is the voting thing. >> what voting thing? >> now in the office of c.j. craig. josh lyman is upset about something. >> people aren't voting. >> here's the crisis. 15 states have a non-partisan ballot section during their election. michigan is one of those states. >> okay. explain this to me like i'm a 2-year-old and try to do it like you are not. >> people walk into the voting booth. they check the straight party ticket box and they think they have voted for everything, but they haven't. they still have to vote on the non-partisan section of the ballot. >> that's a big deal in a place like michigan. they're non-partisan. >> voting half way? >> not voting for everything that can be voted o. right. >> so "the west wing" cast gets together as sort of a voting psa? >> almost. >> this is bridget mary mccorporal it. ma mary mccormack's sister running for state stream court in the non-partisan section of the ballot
,293. patricia. nice to see you. nice to see you. so, you're touring in the cast of mary poppins? >> yes, i'm one of the stage managers. >> drew: hey, all right! this is our stage manager right here, hey. i'm sure you guys will have a lot to talk about after the show. meanwhile we have something really nice for you. go ahead, george. >> george: check out this supercalifragilistic outdoor kitchen island. ( cheers and applause ) you'll be eager to entertain with this complete outdoor kitchen that includes a refrigerator, side burner, three drawers with built-in paper towel holder, and a 30- inch stainless steel gas grill. sure to be the center of your backyard events. from summerset outdoor living. >> drew: thank you, amber. it's either 3,022 or $7,830. or $5,978. when you see the right price in the frame, pull the lever. if you're right, you got it. go ahead, patricia. $1,593. 4,115. 4,115. that was a quick decision. man, people don't like that. >> they're booing at me. >> drew: i know, that's what it's like to be on stage, baby. $4,115. is she right? 9,000. off by that much. oh, well. >> not even
conversation with mary schapiro . >>> plus, it's a dirty business but somebody has to do it. why urban farming is looking up. the "wall street journal" report begins right now. sheerz here's a look at what is making news. more encouraging news about a turn arounden in the housing sector. existing home sales jumped nearly 8% last month to a seasonally adjusted rate of 4.82 million homes well above expectations. housing starts up as well, increasing 2.3% in august. slightly below expectations but single-family home starts reached the highest level since april of 2010. the dow industrials continued the streak of monday blues this week and it was flat midweek taking a breath after reaching highs last week. the markets were mixed on friday. the fedex and oracle reported earnings this week. fedex beat lowered expectation and forecast a gloomy remainder of the year. oracle met earnings expectations even though the revenue fell short. >>> apple devotees lined up to pick up the apple 5 delivered to stores on friday. they exceeded expectations. apple stock continues momentum closing above $700 a share d
, that's eunice. she was about 16 or 17 in this photograph. on the other end, on the left is mary, actually who then became mary manbo, that's on the left is the photographer's wife, mary manbo. and then in front of his father-in-law is his grandson, bill and mary's son billy. also named bill, but he was called billy in the family. billy came along in early 1940. this is probably shot sometime in 1943, so he's about 3 years old there. he's clutching his little toy airplane. mary went to the frank wiggins trade school as well, that's where she met bill. she was studying to become a seam stress. she became a seam stress, she did costume design among other jobs. then there was a third child, sammy, a boy. by 1931 sammy, who's not pictured in this photograph, but you'll meet hill later, sammy was at cal, at uc berkeley in the rotc program in 1941. and eunice, as i say, was in high school. now, the father-in-law had done some accounting work for a japanese-language school, and as a consequence of doing that accounting work, being affiliated with a japanese school, he was arrested in ma
in this photograph. on the other end, the left is mary. who actually became mary manbo. then we have the little grandson, bill and mary is the son billy. billy came along in early 1940. this was probably shot in sumner around 1943. he is about three years old where he is clutching his toy airplane. mary went to the frank wiggins trade school as well. that is where she met bill. she was studying to become a seamstress. she became a seamstress and that costume design for theater companies among other jobs. then there was a third child, sammy, a boy. by 1941, sammy, who is not pictured in this photograph, but you will meet him later -- he was at uc berkeley in the our oct program in 1941. eunice was in high school at the time. jinzo had done some accounting work for a japanese language school. as a consequence of doing that, doing that accounting work and being affiliated with the japanese school, he was arrested in march 1942, several months after pearl harbor, and he was moved to a federal justice department camp are enemy aliens. he was held there through may of 1942. when franklin roosevelt si
in this photograph. on the other end, on the left is mary who became mary manbo. on the left is the photographer's wife. in front is bill and mary's son billy. he was called billy in the family. billy came along in early 1940. this is probably shot some time in 1943 so he is 3 years old clutching his little full airplane. mary went to the franc wigan's trade school where she met bill. she was studying to become a seamstress. there was the third child because the playboy. sammy is not pictured in this photograph but we will meet him later. he was in the rotc program in 1941. eunice as i say was in high school. junto did some accounting work for japanese language school. and a consequence of the accounting work, was arrested in march of 1942 and he was held in may of 1942. when franklin roosevelt signed executive order 9066 sammy came back to help his mother in the absence of junto who was locked up. led one of the most viable crops was rhubarb. it was not ready to harvest. rhubarb is a perennial plant and its roots are very valuable so sammy, getting ready to be excluded, negotiated the contract,
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-baked tastes straight from the microwave. like oven-roasted chicken in a creamy alfredo sauce. marie callender's new comfort bakes. it's time to savor. >> we are just getting word the u.s. evacuated all personnel before benghazi to tripoli. emergency staffing in light of the killing of our ambassador to libya and three other americans as they try to get to the bottom of what happened here in a state that seems to be a mess. rand paul, senator the growing debate is whether that state deserves any more money from us. what do you say? >> not one penny. i wouldn't send them a penny until they can guarantee our embassy can be protected until they turned over who committed this atrocity. i want to know where the rpg's came from. they didn't make them in libya. i want to know if they came from another government or if they were leftover from qaddafi and i want to know who did this and i want them turned over to our fbi. it is inexcusable. in our country if an embassy was attacked we would send thousands of troops there immediately. there were warnings in egypt and they said the mob is coming. they di
all of it. anne-marie slaughter, richard haass, martin indyk. >>> then, a different spin on a familiar question in the presidential campaign. will americans be better off four years from now? one of the world's top bankers, roger altman, thinks so. harvard's niall ferguson isn't so sure. >>> next up, can't we just predict the election results now and be done with it? i'll ask nate silver, "the new york times'" brilliant statistician. >>> also, the crisis you don't know enough about that could have a big impact around the globe. >>> first, here's my take. both conventions are done, and what can we say about the upcoming campaign and election? well, one hearty prediction about elections seems likely to hold this november. the winning party will be the one that is more genuinely optimistic about america, even in the midst of a struggling economy. now it used to be that the democratic party was the glum party. in the 1970s and 1980s, democratic party leaders often criticized the country relentlessly for its behavior at home and abroad, for its inequities and injustices, think of civil righ
, mary anastasia o'grady and, with the anti-american protests across the arab world this week, tell us about our standing in that part of the world, and the ferment in arabia? >> well, i think, paul, what's happening here is where essentially we came in when the arab spring began in egy egypt, tunisia and spread to other countries and the feeling at that time that came out the united states couldn't really support any of these movements in the arab spring because quote unquote, we don't know who these people are, which is to say that the united states, and including the state department, just was not that engaged with these countries at that time. now, when you think of how, to what extent egypt or libya since these transitions have been in the news, it's been basically not at all on their own, and still a piece with the obama administration's policy on foreign policy, to lower america's direct engagement rather than let international institutions deal with it. what we're seeing is the result of the united states, kind of the not withdrawing entirely, but pulling back from its engageme
, eunice, with 16 or 17 in this photograph. on the other end of the left is mary who actually then became merry manbo. it is on the left the photographer's wife. and in front of jim as james grandmother, also named bill, but was called billy in the family. billy came along and early 1840s. probably shot sometime in 1943, said he is about three years old there clutching his little toy airplane. mary went to the frank wickens street school as well. that is where she met bill. she was studying to become a seamstress. she costume design for theater come amiss among other jobs. then there was a third child, fannie, a boy. by 1941, sammy who is not pictured in this photograph that you meet him later was at you see berkeley and the rotc program in 1941 and units as they say was in high school. give them some accounting work for a japanese language school as a consequence of doing that accounting work, dean affiliated with the jet and a school, he was arrested in march 1942, several months after pearl harbor and he was moved to a federal justice department camps were enemy aliens. he was held the
henninger, jason, and mary. not a good story from the census. >> no, as you you mentioned the poverty rate itself not much moved, but income down again, despite productivity increases, paul. and again, it's more evidence that the problem is the slowness of this recovery. >> yeah, nobody expected obama to bring us back to where we were prior to his election, but how are we doing in terms of the recovery? more evidence that it's just not there. it's just not there, mary? >> i'm a little surprised that anyone is surprised because if you look at-- what's driving this is unemployment and you're out of work uyou're not having an income your household income is going to fall and unemployment over 8% for an extended period of time. we have underemployment around 15%, we have 40.7% of people who are out of work have been out of work for more than 27 weeks, fewer americans are working today than they were in 2000. and even though there's 31 more million people. >> that's an aamazing statistic. >> this is going to make people poor. >> well, jason, it's true that the property statistic didn't change t
of september 11th. and joining us dan henninger, mary anastasia o'grady and, with the anti-american protests across the arab world this week, tell us about our standing in that part of the world, and the ferment in arabia? >> well, i think, paul, what's happening here is where essentially we came in when the arab spring began in egy egypt, tunisia and spread to other countries and the feeling at that time that came out the united states couldn't really support any of these movements in the arab spring because quote unquote, we don't know who these people are, which is to say that the united states, and including the state department, just was not that engaged with these countries at that time. now, when you think of how, to what extent egypt or libya since these transitions have been in the news, it's been basically not at all on their own, and still a piece with the obama administration's policy on foreign policy, to lower america's direct engagement rather than let international institutions deal with it. what we're seeing is the result of the united states, kind of the not withdrawing ent
for the first half of the communicators. coming up next representative mary bono mac you is also looking at this issue. now joining us we continue our conversation about apps is representative mary bono mac was the chairman of the commerce manufacturing trade subcommittee for the energy and commerce committee and representative coming you just held a hearing recently on apps. what was the point of the hearing? >> to make sure that we explore what is going on in this area and there are so many jobs being created and we want to make sure any policies we put forward in washington don't squash the ballooning industry. ten years ago, 15 years ago, nobody thought of this. it's a relatively new industry that has been unleashed because of great ideas and we certainly don't want the government to come and destroy that. >> what were some of the problems that you saw in this area that he would like to address? >> one of the biggest problems is the work force. they are still looking for more people to move into this industry to develop that and work on creating the applications and all that goes int
force to tailgate and to cheer on the team in their home opener against william & mary. >> beautiful day. sunny. maybe. but a pregame that's a holiday weekend. so it's a good way to kick off the weekend and have a good time. >> we come rain, sun, snow. we're here. >> and howard university started its season off today against the morehouse tigers. parking lots at rfk filled up 23569 with f music, fan, fun. good eats. lots of food, of course. >> today i'm excited to show school spirit, because, you know, as a howard university alum, it's always good to come back and i mean, we're not really at howard, but it's an event, the whole howard university family taking over rfk stadium. >> big celebration today from penn state fans as well as the team there hit the field for its first game of the season. [ cheers and applause ] >> it's a new era for the football team. making its debut under coach bill o'brien, more than 80,000 fans packed nittany stadium to watch the lions take on ohio today pap moment of reflection held before the game for all victims of sexual abuse. the widow of former coach jo
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second season with the terps, hosting william and mary. less than 10 minutes left, maryland trails 6-0. yup, 6-0. and the handoff. he takes it to a big hole. only touchdown. adds the extra point and maryland edges william and mary 7-6. coming up on nissan sports xtra. a one on one with ryan. >> a lot of stuff on deck. >> they have to, you saved this. a little while longer. just ahead, we are staying with sports and introducing you to a quarterback who could make history this fall, that's if she's allowed to lead her team. that's coming up when the news continues in just minutes.  president clinton: this election to me is about which... candidate is more likely to return us to full employment. this is a clear choice. the republican plan is to cut more taxes on upper-income... people and go back to deregulation. that's what got us in trouble in the first place. president obama has a plan to rebuild america from... the ground up, investing in innovation, education... and job training. it only works if there is a strong middle class. that's what happened when i was president. we n
rushing. and incredible trip. 50-10 final. the terps opened up against women marry. -- william and mary. nice grab. we have a freshman quarterback, hill. he will capitalize. missed the receiver. that -- that set up a field goal attempt. 25 yards. why, left, never on target. six-nothing, william and mary. maryland on the board. marilyn, 7-6. morgan state against sacred heart. kicks off to tim little. there he goes. all of the way the other way. 72 yards, a touchdown. sacred heart is down 17-13. on target to ricki more. 20-17, sacred heart. quadruple overtime. tied at 27. morgan wins, 14-37. blue jays from a yard out. pounds his way in. seven-nothing lead. same score. on top of brandon cherry. and bounds. set up another score, 13- nothing, hopkins. cherry on the ground. takes a hit, keeps going. 20-0. final, 36-13, blue jays. final, 36-13, blue jays. >> this is an editorial. the first day of school signals a new beginning with anticipation for the school year. that was not the case for perry hall high school. a 17-year-old was shot and injured by a 15-year-old student. a means action by a
on the mary tyler moore show back in the 1970s. all these years later he's commanding our attention once again, this time in a brand new role on broadway. rit a braver has this sunday profile. >> i'll tell you what. i'll try you out for a couple of weeks and see if it works out. if i don't like you, i'll fire you. if you don't like me, i'll fire you. >> reporter: he found his way into our hearts playing the cantankerous but endearing news director lou grant on the mary tyler moore show. >> excuse me, ted. mary, would you please give those cue cards to this idiot. >> reporter: since then, he's played scores of tv and movie roles from santa claus in elf... >> your father, he's on the naughty list. >> no! reporter: ... to voicing the adventure seeking widower in up. >> i'll send you a postcard from paradise. >> reporter: but now ed asner is about to open on broadway. his name an obvious draw on the marquis. >> yeah, it's lazarus risen from the dead. >> reporter: i don't think so but i do think it's... your name is so familiar. >> oh, stop hyping me. keep it up. keep it up. >> reporter: but there'
. i love that it our right-wing callers get twitter accounts instantly. road flair mary is an instant success. she is a right-wing caller we think she smokes road flairs and she has a zinger last week when she told me to smoke by dildo. >> yes, she has a twitter feed, and she tweeted you, and she said you think you are so lawdy da with your swimming pool parties, parties. i ought to slept up to seattle to heckle you. i'll get you and your little show too, if i can still fit in a car. [ applause ] >> wow! >> stephanie: there are lots of people impersonating her online. >> i live on nicotine and schnapps. >> stephanie: the "stephanie miller show" has no information if mary lives on nicotine and schnapps. it's the right wing shows that use callers -- that's real. >> she tweeted me too, if obama wins, and he ain't, i'll roller blade naked down lake shore drive and do a handstand on navy pier. i do that most mondays. >> how come we're giving her a new york accident. >> i don't know. >> and another thing, don't get me started on the jews. [ laughter ] >
that will get him votes? why? mary katharine and bernie will all weigh in. >> if you are willing to vote for me in november, we will win this election. we will finish what we started. >> bill: the new daily tracking poll shows president obama doing better. but why? karl rove and brit hume will weigh in on that speaker pelosi how are you this morning? your friend mr. o'reilly wants to know when you are going to be joining us on the show. >> bill: jesse watters running wild at the democratic convention. >> they are actually being nice to me here, can you believe that. >> i'm not sure the democrats are nice. i'm not sure they would be nice to bill. >> don't miss the latest edition of watters world. >> hello newman. >> bill: caution, you are about to severe the no spin zone. the factor begins right now. ♪ be. ♪ >> bill: hi, i'm bill o'reilly, thanks for watching us tonight as we begin our 17th season on the air. amazing. assessing the conventions, that is the subject of this evening's talking points memo. journeys to tampa and child support were instructive but not very exciting. republic conve
competition is in d.c. and later this hour celebrity judge erica campbell of mary mary joins us in studio along with the sounds of the host choir. we'll be back. ♪ [ music ] i'm barack obama, and i approve this message. mitt romney's position on women's health...it's dangerous. vo:mitt romney and paul ryan would get rid of planned parenthood funding. and allow employers to deny coverage for cancer screenings and birth control. we can't afford to let him take away our choices... to take away basic health care. vo: both backed proposals to outlaw abortions...even in cases of rape and incest. i don't think that women's health issues have faced a crisis like this in decades. >>> you may start seeing posters of some of your favorite local celebrities posing with their library card around metro stations, buses, movie theaters, facebook. it's designed to get more people to read by signing up for a library card. joining us with the details is jenny cooper chief librarian for the district of columbia. it's good to see you again. >> glad to be here, thank you. >> so this is national library card
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